The European Court of Justice has annulled the EU-Morocco trade relations because they included the territory of occupied Western Sahara. The businessman who will be most affected by that ruling turns out to be the Moroccan king.
A story published yesterday in the online Morocco news agency Anayir reveals that the holding ‘Les Domaines’ will be most affected by the ECJ Ruling. Les Domaines is owned by the King of Morocco. The king’s holding owns large plantations and greenhouses in Dakhla, all the way south in Western Sahara, also known as Africa’s last colony that has been largely military occupied by Morocco since 1975.
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